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Think Man-Sized Swimming Centipede — And Be Glad It's a Fossil

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If living long and prospering is a measure of success, then the arthropods are life’s winners. These are the most common form of life: insects, spiders, crustaceans and centipedes, to name but a few.

And now scientists have their hands on the remains of one of the first ever. It lived …Read More

Source: NPR Science – ingested into KQED

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